H. Pueyo is a South American writer and occasional comic artist. Born in Brazil to an Argentine father and a Brazilian mother, she has Uruguayan descent, and has lived or stayed in many different cities during her childhood and teen years, including Barcelona, Brasília, and Buenos Aires.
She’s a school dropout with no formal secondary education, and has worked as a translator since a young age for cash. Her languages include Spanish, Portuguese, English, a rusty Catalan, and mild knowledge in Japanese, French, and Classical Greek.
Writing themes vary, but usually include subjects close to home, like multiculturalism in Latin America, uncomfortably violent things, multiracial backgrounds, and her family’s spiritual beliefs. She is one of the two 2017 Tiptree Fellows, and her work has been published in several comic anthologies and magazines, such as Mad Scientist Journal, FLAPPERHOUSE and Bourbon Penn, among others.
Right now, she lives in Southern Brazil with her filthy lover and creative partner Dante Luiz, a wild guava tree, a bad case of chronic pain and her C-PTSD.
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